Talking with Malcolm Turnbull on Friday about the big dynamics shaping our region, Peter Coroneos was struck by a few things Malcolm Turnbull said.
The Australian Government has introduced a bill that allows copyright holders, via a court order, to force ISPs to block access to ‘pirate’ web sites.
The Australian government has today confirmed that it will not tolerate online content piracy – site blocking and a graduated response scheme backed by legal action is soon to be legislated.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull says Australian taxpayers will not have to pay for Telstra's copper to get NBN into their homes. It may be a little early to celebrate.
The Government has unveiled a new website which allow Australians to see how their neighbourhood rates in terms of Internet connectivity.
Malcolm Turnbull’s Parliamentary Secretary Minister Paul Fletcher has admitted that the Coalition’s estimate of the cost of Labor’s NBN was ‘perhaps a little high’.
Shares in ambitious telco TPG fell 4.39% yesterday after Malcolm Turnbull said its plans to build a fibre optic rival to the NBN may not be legal.
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull recently called for changes to Australia’s treatment of employee share options.
Nearly two weeks after receiving it, Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull will release a censored (‘redacted’) version of the NBN Strategic Review tomorrow (Thursday)
Communications Minister Malcolm Turnbull has flicked the switch on NEXTDC’s newest and flashiest data centre.
No statement from the Government, no official word from NBN Co. But it has emerged that Malcolm Turnbull asked the NBN board members to resign. He is clearing the decks.
The entire NBN Co board has resigned, including chairwoman Siobhan McKenna, according to unconfirmed reports,
As expected, the Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP will be Australia’s next Minister for Communications. No mention of ‘broadband and digital economy’.
Malcolm Turnbull, likely to be sworn in as Communications Minister on Wednesday, has rejected a petition calling for a fibre to the home NBN.
Senator Stephen Conroy has confirmed he will be seeking a front bench position in Opposition. What chance he will be Opposition Communications spokesman?
The Coalition’s resounding victory in Saturday’s election means a new look NBN. The move to FTTN has been widely discussed, but how important will it be in practice?
OPINION. Sloppy, sloppy, sloppy. You can bet Malcolm Turnbull is hopping mad. And Tony Abbott’s not happy either over the last miniute Internet filtering debacle. But it's their own fault. Back flip with triple turn and pike.
Coalition communications spokesman Malcolm Turnbull says that the FTTN model will threaten Pay TV more than FTTH, because it will happen much sooner.
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